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ISOLAND 3 Dust of the Universe Category Rankings

Review Breakdown

ISOLAND 3 Dust of the Universe Review Breakdowns

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ASO Keywords

Keyword Rank
universe sandbox 2 1
universe 2
isoland 3
dust 4
steven universe games 5

Downloads

Jun, 2020
Worldwide
694

Revenue

Jun, 2020
Worldwide
$424

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Description

At the end of ISOLAND 2, the rocket is finally launched into the space. So what happens next? In the third installment of ISOLAND franchise, the player has an opportunity to explore the story even further, which is also an opportunity for ourselves to test our curiosity and creativity. I would like to footnote ISOLAND 3 with my favorite artist Maurits Cornelis Escher, to explain the significance of art. Every player of ISOLAND now is able to set off again with his curiosity. I wish you all find the answer to your love when you complete the game. Coming with the art style you are familiar with, various puzzles, delicately designed 2nd run mode, and interesting collectables. You've been traveling through the universe by rocket and come to an uncharted planet. This place is covered with rocks and barren vegetation. What lies above the blue ocean is a bizarre, crimson sky. However, you are not the only human being who have been here. Along your path you will encounter ancient ruins, a mysterious spaceship, and countless puzzles to solve. What are you going to do this time?

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Kbkoontz on 2020-07-15
The only reason that I’m not giving this game 5 full stars is because it was short. Yes, after you play through once, you can play over with different puzzles- however, the story, scenes, characters, dialogue, rhythm, and even a lot of the puzzles are the exact same. So even the second time around doesn’t take long. It’s like you’re going through the motions the second time through. I would’ve just preferred more novel game play to the initial story.... overall the graphics, story, and puzzles were on par with the past Isoland games which I loved, but I just wanted more! Still highly recommend. Thanks!
Addictive and confusing
Maliceon on 2020-07-15
After about four hours of gameplay, Curiosity finally got the better of my 10 year old son and he came to see what I was getting so frustrated over. I handover the phone and tell him to give it a try. He enlisted the help of my husband and before long all of us were spending quality family time playing the game together. That alone made downloading the game totally worth it. But it was also A lot of fun... until we got stuck.

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